90 Day Challenge: Day 51 – Nobody Is Born An Average Person

Keep the belief that you can be whatever you want to be!

“Life has no limitations, except the ones you make.” -Les Brown

We cannot experience success believing that we average. We cannot win believing that we are average. Those men and women who are winners weren’t born winners. They become winners and it’s a matter of what they chose to believe. Say it like Michael Jordan, “I didn’t come here to be average.” I come to be all that I can be.

“If you want it badly enough there are no limits to what you can achieve.” -Unknown

Why we believe that we are average (for the most part) is because we often mistake our advantage for disadvantage. We look at what others are doing or what we don’t have before we even take an inventory of what we are capable of doing. Well, our environment does condition us. Condition us to the point where we stop believing and eventually we grow out of thinking of what is possible and accept whatever life throws at us. You don’t have to.

“You are a seed of greatness that God has planted in this world.” –John Di Limmie

We tend to believe what we hear most especially as a child growing up, so, some of the programming was because of our environment (home programming) but that can changed. Do you believe greatness is in all of us? We all have something of value within. We can be winners but we have to stop comparing ourselves if we want to realize our own greatness. Greatness may take time to develop but you can be great. You will have to start seeing yourself as winners.

What you claim to be your disadvantage is the secret.


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6 responses to “90 Day Challenge: Day 51 – Nobody Is Born An Average Person

  1. williams aladi charity

    Thank you for the useful message, they are very helpful because i am seeing an improvement in my reasoning now. God bless you.

  2. Richard, your insights here are always thought-provoking. I think for many people, self-perception is their best friend or their worst enemy. The key to success is what we put into our lives, our careers, and when we begin to be recognized for the great things we have accomplished we also begin to recognize our own potential.

    When I receive a wonderful compliment from a client I am on Cloud 9…that tells me that I have made the right choices and I am fully capable of doing even more…a great inspiration, and motivation!

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